Monday, September 28, 2015

Dahi Aloo Chaat/ Aloo Dahi Chaat

After breakfast around the globe, this week's theme for this long month blogging marathon is Blogger's choice. Valli doesnt want to stick with a theme for this week as this week have just three days to finish this month of long blogging, obviously we marathoners can pick anything to blog about. I didnt searched for a long and i chosed Street foods/Chaat foods for this week's theme. To kick start this week's theme, am posting Dahi aloo chaat, this chaat is quite famous and very known popular chaat recipe in North India, this chaat can be easily prepared at home as this chaat goes for simple and basic ingredients.

To make this alluring Dahi aloo chaat at home, we need boiled potatoes which is pan roasted with a simple spice mix, once they are roasted and well coated with the spices, just top it with beaten curd, green chutney and sweet chutney, few chopped tomatoes, chopped onions.

Aloo curd chaat, dahi potato chaat

I went for pan roasting the already cooked and cubed potatoes, if you want to make it more healthy, just skip the pan roasting and simply make this chaat with cubed potatoes. This chaat makes an excellent fasting dish if you skip onions. However rock salt is also added instead of usual salt in this Dahi aloo chaat as this salt is considered as a fasting salt. Also not to forget you can add sprouted moongdal to this chaat.

This chaat can also be garnished with almost anything, diced cucumber, bellpepper, pomegranate seeds, cooked chikcpeas or even shredded coconut. Many version of Aloo dahi chaat exists, we simply enjoyed having this chaat for our lunch, a plate of this dahi aloo chaat is quite enough to fill your tummy.

Dahi aloo chaat, Potato Chaat, Aloo Dahi chaat

4nos Boiled potatoes (cubed)
1cup Curd (beaten)
1tsp Chilly powder
1tbsp Coriander powder
Salt
Green Chutney
Sweet Tamarind chutney
Chopped Tomatoes
Chopped onions
1/2cup Sev/Ompodi
1tbsp Oil

Heat the oil in a pan, meanwhile add the chilly powder, coriander powder, salt to the cubed boiled potatoes and give a mix.

Add this spices coated potatoes to the pan and pan roast them for few minutes.

Aloo dahi chaat

Once the potatoes gets well roasted, transfer them to a plate.

Top it with beaten curd, green chutney, sweet tamarind chutney, chopped tomatoes, chopped onions and Sev.

Serve immediately.


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14 comments:

  1. I love chaats and looking forward to your chaats for the next two days. Dahi aloo chaat looks yummy

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  2. OMG that is killing me!!! So tempting..

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  3. Street food has always been my favorite..and this aaloo chaat is tempting me to dig in.

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  4. I would add some chana to this and devour! Yum...

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  5. I wish we had a month long on Chaats Priya..love your chaat and can't wait to see the rest!

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  6. Mouthwatering chat priya! ! I can gobble that whole plate now!

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  7. Great. I love chats with tea. Good one

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  8. There was a time, the only chat i like is Dahi chaat,i havent tried for a while,now you're tempting..Looks absolutely yummy.

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  9. That is one very inviting and tempting chaat recipe. Love your them choice for the last week.

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  10. Mmmm Priya now I ma all hungry for aloo chaat. Love the dish and wish I had not skipped tea my tummy's rumbling.

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  11. Mouthwatering could finish the plate of chaat.

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  12. Mouthwatering chaat.I just had my breakfast and this chat is tempting me to dig in now.Please pass me a bowl..

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  13. I love charts and this one sounds tempting. Looking forward to your other chat dish.

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